The default policy type is targeted. As such, most SELinux deployments will work with this policy type. In the case of the targeted policy type, the primary attribute from the label used for enforcement is
type. For this reason, the targeted policy type is often known as TE or
type enforcement. The following image highlights the importance of the type attribute of a label in the targeted policy type:
seinfo command, which is part of the
setools-console package, we can display specific information about the current SELinux environment. Let's take a look at the available types that we can work with. To ...